Issue 20, 2014

A Feminist Historical Retrospective

Editorial: Alana Piper and Ana Stevenson, pp. 2-4


‘Symbols of our Slavery’: Fashion and the Rhetoric of Dress Reform in Nineteenth-Century American Print Culture. pp. 5-20

Ana Stevenson

Establishing a Twentieth-Century Women’s Profession in Australia: Jocelyn Hyslop, the Little-Known Story of the Founding Director of Social Work at the University of Melbourne. pp. 21-33

Jane Miller and David Nichols

‘For All This We Thank the Führer’: Bio-politics and the Bare Life in A Woman in Berlin: Eight Weeks in the Conquered City: A Diary. pp. 34-47

Erin Elizabeth Bell

Japanese Migrant Women’s Transnational Gendered Identity Politics in International Marriages in Australia. pp. 48-61

Mayuko Itoh

Chaperoned into Arnhem Land: Margaret McArthur and the Politics of Nutrition and Fieldwork in 1948. pp. 62-75

Amanda Harris

The Bleeding Obvious: Menstrual Ideologies and Technologies in Australia, 1940-1970. pp. 76-92

Carla Pascoe

Book Reviews:

Drunks, Pests and Harlots: Criminal Women in Perth and Fremantle, 1900-1939 by Leigh S. L. Straw. p. 93

Alana Piper

Things That Liberate: An Australian Feminist Wunderkammer, eds. Alison Bartlett and Margaret Henderson. p. 94

Petra Mosmann

 Notes on Contributors p. 97